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trayres Posted - 26 Mar 2015 : 06:07:03
How do I get inverted signal names on schematic symbols? In Orcad/Altium IIRC you put a backslash after each character you want a line over (so CLOCK with a line above it would be C\L\O\C\K\).

Thanks all!
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steve Posted - 26 Mar 2015 : 10:30:09
This is all detailed within the Help system

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jameshead Posted - 26 Mar 2015 : 08:47:13
The default charactor to use is "_" which is in Setup > Design Settings > General under "Barring Charactor (when doubled).

So a double _ starts the barring and a double _ ends it.


Will show a bar above ENABLE only in a net name ENABLE/DISABLE

Be careful though, because if you have these net names:



They will be two separate nets but appear written the same on screen and print outs.

My "style guide" is to always "close" by adding the __ afterwards as well regardless of whether you have a "second" unbarred net name on it.